The GOP senator decided to indulge an unsubstantiated right-wing theory as the Trump impeachment inquiry marches on.
Does the EU ambassador read the news?
The State Department witness flashed some attitude during questioning by Ohio Republican Jim Jordan.
It's common for people, such as Gordon Sondland, not to take an angry woman seriously, Hill suggested during her impeachment hearing testimony.
One witness explicitly acknowledged a quid pro quo and another spoke of figurative hand grenades and drug deals. It's been a big two weeks.
The former Supreme Court justice reportedly pulled President Trump aside in 2017, saying his former clerk should be added to the list of potential nominees.
She compared the attacks against the Jewish billionaire philanthropist to a notorious anti-Semitic pamphlet published in the early 1900s.
“The senator is here to talk about the contributions fighters like you have made to history,” Rep. Ayanna Pressley told the protesters at Clark Atlanta University.
“There is nothing left to do but collate it," Laurence Tribe told MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell.
Trump signed the bill, which will extend funding through December 20, hours before government funding was set to expire.
The justices ruled that a new law requiring presidential candidates to release tax filings in order to appear on the California primary ballot was “invalid.”
It rolls back crucial protections for Native women. It also strips out LGBTQ protections and a gun safety provision.
The State Department official overheard a conversation about investigations into the Bidens.
The former National Security Council official challenged theories that Ukraine, not Russia, meddled in 2016 election
"This was a demand that President Zelensky personally commit, on a cable news channel, to a specific investigation of President Trump’s political rival."
As the White House smears critics of the Trump adviser as anti-Semitic, Miller's "fellow American Jews" cited "irrefutable proof" of his white nationalism.
Pugh resigned in May after revelations she sold her self-published “Healthy Holly” books to non-profits and foundations to promote her political career.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is the only one who has committed to breaking from the bipartisan pay-for-play system.